A good friend of mine asked a question that made me sit up and listen. Why is there not an ensemble that champions British music here in the UK. 507 more words
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A couple of days ago, I received this job “advertisement” through a tag via my Facebook feed (I left out all information that points to the establishment, although I was very tempted to include it; companies like that actually deserve to be publicly named and shamed): 675 more words
All children – music students included – love to get reward stickers. While there are hundreds of motivational reward stickers on the market, perhaps you feel that effusive words of praise such as “Great!”, “Super!” and “Excellent!” don’t accurately describe the sometimes half-hearted efforts of your music students. 213 more words
Watch above: Why a new study says Ontario is lagging behind when it comes to music education. Jennifer Palisoc reports.
TORONTO – An education watchdog is striking some sour notes about the number of Ontario elementary schools with teachers dedicated to helping kids learn music. 421 more words
To quit or carry on: Tips to help your child enjoy music lessons after the “honeymoon period” is over
From time to time, parents ask me to share some tips and tricks to engage and encouarge their children to stick with music. In response to these requests, please enjoy the following article, found at the following website: 889 more words